Setting up UnoDNS on Windows XP/Vista/7 with UnoHelper program (Advance users - Optional after manual set up)
Modified on: Fri, May 24, 2013 at 5:01 AM
*Note: Please verify UnoDNS is compatible with your network, by setting up the DNS with the manual method first:
Click here ->Manual setup on Windows
Setting up UnoDNS on Windows is incredibly easy!
Download UnoHelper. Make sure to click "ALLOW" if the program is being blocked by your browser.
Install UnoHelper. The program will ask to install "Microsoft .NetFramework" automatically if you don't have it.
**Restart your computer after the installation
Click "Start" and search for "UnoHelper"; click and open UnoHelper.
Click "Yes" when prompted by Windows.
Once the program is open, please login to your UnoDNS account.
Choose a network from the list and click "Use Network".
Click "Start" to start using UnoDNS. You will see "Your service is Active" message if everything is successful.
Step 8 - Done!
After that, click OK and close everything. Restart your computer and go to Quick Start to see if your service is active.
If DNS is correctly configured on the device, it will display "UnoDNS Setup and Account are active."
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